Here's what we know about her so far…
Who is Alice Goodwin?
Alice Goodwin is a 32-year-old who used to be a glamour model in lads' magazines.
Now, apart from her saucy poses on Instagram, she has an Only Fans account.
Fan who pay get to see private photos and clips of Alice via this account.
She was also previously on the adult TV channel Babestation.
Alive and Jermaine don't have any children together, but Jermaine has an 8-year-old son from a previous relationship.
The couple tied the knot back in May 2014 after dating each other for three years.
Their private wedding ceremony in Cheshire had a very exclusive guestlist.
The pair first got together in 2011 when Jermaine dumped then-fiancee Lara Murphy for the glamour model.
Even though there were rumours of a split after he snuck back to a hotel with Chloe Ayling after the Celebrity Big Brother wrap party, he has now appeared to have smoothed things over with his model spouse.
Who is Jermaine Pennant?
Ex-Arsenal and Liverpool star Jermaine, who has released bombshell book Mental: Bad Behaviour, Ugly Truths and the Beautiful Game, is part of the new series of Celebrity Big Brother.
Born in January 1983, Jermaine Pennant is currently 35 years old and without a club.
He is married to Alice, but has been stirring up trouble in the Celebrity Big Brother house, heavily flirting with Chloe Ayling and telling her his relationship was "f****d".
After Chloe's recent eviction, she was shocked to find out Jermaine was married and urged his wife to dump him after his actions in the house.
Starting his career as a trainee at Notts County, Pennant enjoyed a two-decade career that took him from Birmingham to Billericay.
He earned a big move to Arsenal in 1999 and spent six years in North London, although the majority was out on loan.
After joining Birmingham in 2006 his career took off with a move to Liverpool seeing him light up the Premier League under the tutelage of Rafa Benitez.
In the final years of his career Pennant travelled around the world, turning out for Pune City in India, Tampines Rovers in Singapore and finally for non-league outfit Billericay Town.
He failed to get an England cap but did play for the under-21s.
In 2005, Pennant played with an electronic tag on his leg following a drink-driving conviction.
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